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Tuscany And Harley Davidson Produce Compelling Sequel With GM Harley Davidson Edition


Ford and Harley Davidson have a long and storied history with the tie up first producing fruit back in 2000. Since then, Tuscany Motor Company and Harley Davidson have managed to continue this time honored tradition with the 2019 Harley Davidson F-150. This time though, Harley Davidson and Tuscany are breaking the mold, and the two are taking a gamble by applying their magic to a first ever GM based Harley Davidson edition.

Before we go any further, we might as well address the sibling rivalry that is on display here, with the Chevrolet Silverado being left out of the fun (for now.) Instead, this particular model shares its core DNA with the GMC Sierra, and there are a number of sweeping changes that were made to the truck to make it stand out from lesser Sierra models. How many? Tuscany revealed that over 65 changes were made to help it stand out from the rest with notable styling touches including a bumper LED lightbar, a bar and shield insert for the front grille, a functional ram air hood, as well as custom rims that share their motif with the Ford version.

Illuminated and electrically operated power running boards are also part of the package, while the exhaust system has been revamped, with the redesigned rear bumper now housing throatier pipes with solid aluminum dual tips. The rear also comes equipped with a color matching tonneau cover that boldly displays a massive bar and shield logo. Look beyond the extensive styling revisions, and the Sierra does come with a number of actual hardware upgrades. For instance, the truck does come equipped with a BDS suspension lift and stout Fox shocks along with 35-inch all-terrain tires.


The interior of the standard Sierra has also received some much needed TLC, with the cabin featuring a healthy infusion of HD logos scattered throughout. Custom leather upholstery adorns the seats and other select areas of the cabin, while a special badge on the center console further cements the truck’s place as a special iteration of Sierra. Only 250 units will be built with buyers being able to choose from Onyx Black, Summit White, or Satin Steel Metallic. Base prices are expected to start at $94,995, but the high price tag comes bundled with a three year/36,000mile warranty.




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